zjsj&FSj&r -, tjs6-.-
3Pte felxiia gatlg 'agle: uinlatg pCoruht giitgust 15, 1397.
TO BEHIND FARMERS
ROCK ISLAND, WHICH rOENISHED
" SEED WHEAT, WAKES DP.
Oklahoma Formers Now Hotc a Splendid
Crop and the Official Think it Is About
Time for the Tiller of the Sol! to Come
Forward and Make Some Kind of a Salt
note Ketnrn for Kstrom Kxteutiod in the
l'dst Fifty TbauaiKl Bushels ITas
Famished by the Kailroad YVtiea limes
Were Very Hard.
Guthrie, O. T., Aug-. 14. The Enid Eagle
E3js: In conversation with Colonel
Harry Thompson.bf Jorth Enid.we were
informed that in the fall of 3SM the C .
R. I. & P. railroad furnished the farmers
of Grant and Garfield counties with 50.
P00 bushels of wheat for seed. Tirs
wheat was sold to the farmers at ex
aot cost and transportation free. Notes
were taken, payable in one year a: 7
pur cent, interest, but owing to small
crops and general hard times the farm
tis have never "been asked to pay them.
Tnis wheat cost the farmers from 30 to
:;G cents a bushel. Now that we have
a mammoth crop and wheat is bringing
00 to 65 cents per bushel the railroad
company wiil ask that those notes be
pj.id. The farmers can repay the 50,000
bushels bought In 1894 by selling 30.000
busnels this year, and should remember
their obligations to pay up. The rail
rid company not only sold that amount
of wheat and took our farmers' notes for
the same, but sh'pped in an additional
100,000 bushels, free of cost, purchased
by residents of the county, to be used
for seed that fall.
even asserted a great many times that
the president had actually promised to
appoint him, and he expected every day
to hear that his name had been sent to
the senate. But St never was.
FERGUSION KICKS OX ORPDT
THMtE IS aiAI'IOXITY IN IT
Jake Adinlro on the Attrks Made on Gov
ernor llarnei by Do Ford.
Guthrie. O. T.. Aug. 14. Jacob Ad
4 mire of the Kingfisher Free Press has
editorially summed up the Earnes-De
Ford matter. He says:
TheFree Press has watched the pro
gress of the Barnes-De Ford-Orput-Flynn
gossip with interest. So far it is
not known that any formal or authentic
'vinrges have been made against Gov
ernor Barnes. There is a rumor to that
rfitct. And yet, some of our exchanges
are clamorng for Governor Barnes to
make a defense and clear his skirts. We
presume if any charges have been made
against the governor, and the president
considers them of sufficient importance
or seriousness to demand an explana
sion, he will notify the governor. Until
tiien. Governor Barnes is not caled upon
to make any defense. Governor Barnes
enemies have overshot the mark.
And. yet. Governor Barnes has made
a s-catempnt in reply to the newspaper
reports. He admits that after he be
came convinced that De Ford could not
bo appointed marshal, he then under
tuJk to aid him otherwise, and so ar
ranged for De Ford to have employ
ment in one of the courts, and his son,
Harry, to be employed in the marshal's
office. Orput also, it is admlted, agieed
to pay $750, or one-half the expenses al
leged to have been incurred by De Ford
in his candidacy. Under the circum
stances, this would have been a liberal
prposition for De Ford. But De Ford
says that previous to all tlrs. Governor
Barnes had demanded that, in case of
his appointment as marshal and his com
pensation for the governor's support, he
(De Fordl should pay $100 per month out
of his salary. Governor B3rnes denies
th.s part of De Ford's story, and so that
becomes a mere question of personal
veracity between them.
De Ford convicts himself by his own
confession that he agreed to pay Gov
ernor Barnes 5100 per month out of his
slary for his support. But he convicts
nobody else. His statement is offset by
Governor Barnes' denial, and, besides
that, any man who claims to believe this
part of De Ford's story must go further
mid say that he firmly believes also that
Governor Barnes is an unmitigated fool,
tfcaue no n4an who is not such a fool
would, under the circumstances of the
case, even seek to enter into such a cor
mpt and shameless bargain.
That there is a whole heap of malig
nity in this whole mater is apparent.
If is pretty well settled that if he had
been let alone, De Ford would have
nver told the stories which have been
made public. In the first plRce, crazed
wfth disappointment and ready to listen
t5 any story of wrong and bad faith, he
told his story, in confidence, to Mr.
Flynn. Mr. Flynn, in attempting to pre
vent the agreement in regard to the
marshalship from being carried out, re
peated De Ford's story to the attorney
general, and, then, in order to verify it,
If Ford was forced to jro to the attor
ney general and repeat the story. De
Ford claims that he did not intend to
make the story public We very much
douoi. whether this matter will finally
red own to Mr. Flynn's advantage .
One thing is certain probably more
than one. De Ford has spent a large
sum of money m his long campaign.
He claims himself that he is financially
ruined. He has certainly suffered great
lv in other respects But he has lost
a'l chances of official recognition so far
as Federal employment is concerned.
Orput may not fre appointed marshal
the Free Press cannot see why he should
be Hainer may not be appointed judge,
but. if they are. no broader declaration
of the president's disbelief in De Ford's
s:o-y could be made.
Tne Free Pres had, for many reasons.
Ejmpathized with De Ford's candidacy
fir marshal. It sincerely regrets the
unfortunate developments which have
rmde his appointment impossible. He
hi been the victim of wicked circum
stances. For many weary weeks and
mouths he was lead to believe that his
ultimate appointment was bevnrtd all
qti stion We did not know upon what
grounds he based his hopes. "The pow
ers" all appeared to be in his favor. He
Oklahoma Mao Who Doetn't Think
Should be Appointed Marshal.
Guthrie, O. T., Aug. 14. Tom Fergu
son, editor of the Watonga Republican
says: Orput would not be satisfactory
to the Republicans of the Territory
should he be appointed marshal. He la
not publicly known ss a Republican,
never having placed himself on record.
Mr. Orput probably votes the Republi
can ticket when it comes handy, but the
p-w:y does not know him. He is the can
didate of the Rock Island ra'lroad and
has no support to speak of.
INDIANS OVERPOWER A WHITE ROY
Ihree of the Rod Devils Takes a Little
IJoy's Pony Away From Ului.
Okarche, O. T., Aug. 14. Warren Kel
ler was riding his brother's pony near
their home when three Indians came
upon him and took 'the pony from him.
the boy walking home. His brothers all
being absent he awaited their return,
when John Keller and T. W. Lesper
ance started in pursuit of the thieves.
They found the pony in a herd near
Darlington Sunday morning They se
cured M. with very little trouble and
brought it back, but failed to get the
thieves. The Indians claimed the pony
belonged to a little Indian. The trial
was set for Tuesday, at 2 o'clock for the
Indians to prove the pony was theirs,
but they failed to appear. They will
now evidently be prosecuted If they can
ARE IN GOOD CONDITION
Two Institutions at Norman Investigated
by the Rank Exarultier.
Guthrie, O. T., Aug. 14. The Norman
Transcript says: John M. Pugh, the ter
ritorial bank examiner, spent Tuesday
of this week in this city examining the
two financial institutions of Norman
which were found in good condition and
prosperous. Mr. Pugh formed many new
acquaintances while here and favorably
impressed all of our people who had the
pleasure to meet him. He has had a good
deal of experience in the line of his
business and is evidently a good man to
fiill the position.
who could procure his place by such mis
representation carmot be held blameless.
All the singing of the cuckoos on earth
cannot exculpate him from the wrong
he has done his party and the leaders
whose sincerity, loyalty, and zeal for
party principles has never been question
ed. This eveningke-gEttgbvTthl-yfdsN
ed. This is a wrong that Mr. Barnes
will eventually have to atone for. Should
fate turn against him and should he be
driven from office in disgrace (which
Heaven forbid) this same cuckoo press,
these -same hungry pie scavengers would
be the first to turn upon him, to -rehash
alt the laudation they have heaped upon
him and dump it into the lap of his successor.
BADLY HURT BY A HORSE
Frank Eorman of Gurtield County Struck
nu the Chest and Lanes.
Enid, O. T., Aug. 14. Frank Erman.
who Jives two miles north of Lahoma,
was kicked by a horse in the head and
chest yesterday and senously injured.
Two ribs were broken and his face badly
smashed. He was riding along when he
oame up to a bunch of horses, they be
came frisky and one of the horses kick
ed high In the air with awful force,
knocking Mr. Erman from his horse.
NEW COTTON GIN FOR EL RENO
SHOOTING OVER A POSTOFFICE
Applicants for the I'lace Have Words at
Comanche and Blze Away.
Dunoan. 0. T.. Aug. 14. The Banner
here says: G. S. Yates, who was in Dun
can Tuesday, informs us that quite an
exciting little shooting scrape was in
dulged in at Comanche last Monday, the
participants being Alex, Ray and CharLe
Dunn, or rather exclusively by Ray. The
wrangle for postmaster at Comanche
seems to have been the indirect cause
the ill feelings exist'ng 'between the gel
ligerants. As near as we can get at the
facts regarding the difficulty is about as
It seems that Dunn had made some
derogatory remarks about Ray's wife,
which remarks, so Ray says, prevented
Mrs. Ray from geting the postoffice at
Comanche. Ray came down town Mon
day morning Iaoded with a Winchester
and six-shooter. He went into the store
of Andy Yates, and seeing Dunn in the
back of the store ordered him to leave
the place, at the same time advancng
on him with the Winchester in a threat
ening manner. Dunn did not leave the
house, but made a spring for Ray, grab
bing the gun and a tussle ensued during
which the Winchester was fired, the ball
taking effect in the ceiling above. Fin
ally the Winchester was dropped by Ray
wno at once went after his p'stol. which
he drew and during the melee one bar
rel was discharged, but went wide of its
mark and no one was hurt. Ray was
finally disarmed and the fight was over;
no one being hurt save a few scratches
sustained by the combatants.
It Will be Erected Soon and Fifty Bales a
Day Will Run Oat.
EI Reno. O. T., Aug. 14. An SO-saw
Winship cotton gin will be operated in
this city 'n the large warehouse south
of W. S. Sherman's residence. A g?n
t)eman named Rouse from Watonga has
leased the property and p3rt of the new
plant is now at the Rock Island depot.
The gin wiil be in operation shortly
after the first of September, and the
power will be furnished by the .El Reno
Electric Light company. From twenty
to fifty bales will be ginned daily.
MAJOR SIMPSON HAS TYPHOID
El Reno Citizen Ordered to Bed by the
El Reno, O. T., Aug. 14. Major E. J.
Simpson "s quite ill at his residence with
typhoid fever. He was taken down
about a week ago and after being con
fined to the house a couple of days, un
der the doctor's care, he thought if he
would stir around he would feel betfr.
He came down town but returned in a
fw hours completely exhausted. When
the doctor came next day he warned him
of the seriousness of such movements.
"aaia md &
liaiaiaBaamaT" "- LaaaaM
Dr. A W. Skulls
Specialist in med
icml and surgical
tad electrical treat
went of all chronic
nerTeus, ski, and
male sed female.
Office, 150 North
WICHITA WHOLESALE HOUSES..
The houses given below are representative ones and thoroughly "reliable.
Oldest and Original. Most Successful Speci
alist. Established 1857. Nerroos, Lost Vitality,
Organic eat u ess. tarly Decar, Debility, Lack
of Enercy, Self Distrust. Weak Memory, Dis
pcpvia. Catarrh, Exhausting- Losses, Effects of
Abu- or Excess. Cured to stav cored. Blank. I
Trs !. fr ..il.ff- TtlfrtI aH QtrT.rt:.-&jb
Potsoa, Ulcers, Sore Month, Throat, Tonjrne, '
Bone Pains, Falling Hair,. Life Care, Blank,
, o-iusct. Luajij, oucaer v.ases, Uicci,
Stricture- Pleasant Cure. Blank 3x.
Hours, 9 to 3. Straday, 10 to 12. Address,
215 West 9th St., - KANSAS CITY, MO.
Rates: $2 and $3 per day
B. L. EATON, Proprietor.
, AT M NORTH MAIN STREET'
D. W. SMITH'S
Regulators of Cm.ircn's Teeth
1 a Spala ty
SCHOOL HAS NO BLACKBOARDS
Oklahoma Contractor Gets 3Intl and Shots
Out Workmen Straightway.
Guthrie. O. T.. Aug. 14. The Stillwater
Gazette says: Contractor Burdette, of
the new school bulldin.goit a litle rolicky
last Monday and locked it up to keep the
plasterers from puttmg on the black
boards, because the school board refused
to honor an order he had given to one
of the carpenters for 550. He is several
hundred dollars In the hole on this con
tract and now proposes to be as arbi
trary and contrary a3 possible to give
the ooard all the trouble ha can.
MUST SHOW THE ItUCOItD '
WICHITA STOVE AND IRON WORKS
AND ADJUSTABLE STOVE REPAIRS?, ,
ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
Column, Lintels. Sills. Sa?b Weights. Grate Bari, TPoat
31au!s and Castings of a!) kinds. '
MOORE BROS.. Props., Wichita. Kan. Telettait 123
ONE BLOCK N. UNION DEPOT.
o. :e. oozatt.
WICHITA POULTRY CO. ,.
Wlielealo Bujer of ' "
POULTRY, EGGS AND BUTTER.
904-t06 CAST DOUGLAS AVE. - y
f7Remittance5 Male Each Day.
fc-attblished- C.aclnaaa 1S75. TCchttftISM.
THE C. E. POTTS DRUG CO.,
2333S"237"33? South flaln Street,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
W ISRAEL. R. C ISRAEL,
Real Estate and Rents. I
' To buy Wichita city property or Sdc
wick county laad at present prices, means
large returnn on your money. Wichita
trith her stock and other Industries, la
Just in her infancy, and such bargains aj
we-cxn now piTer were never offered b
tore. All havirir business in our l:ne ar i
tnvrted to call or correspond. '
Tha Wtahita interests of non-residents
t LS Ul4 ij lA.Vi. tUkill U1IJ Viit OU W4 Vtltvq
noAnli1 4tnsM 11 XTv lf ls Af
Offer to the Trade at bottom prices a complet line of Drujs
Chemicals. Faints. OUt. Tarnishes, and Druggista aad Stationery'
"tve g've your Shirts. Collars and
Cuffs a fine linen finish, showing the
linen grain, and not look like celluloid
cheap llnlsli The best trade demands
the linen finish, and we make this, and
the best class of -work ourspecialty.
Call up Phone 55 and order our
Wichita Steam Laundry,
West First Street.
Lafayette Hlllis. J. C Kinkaid.
Reference, Kansas National Bank.
HILL1S & KINKAID
Eental mid Collection Arcnts
Room 1. H3 X. Market Sl, Wichita. Kan.
Houses rented, rents collected, reoairs mado
economically We solicit the care and sale '
of proppr'y for non-residents
aM OlAakwtei'a ZacUik Biaarad Brut
Sstc mil sWbhT1
HOW TEJirLE 1IOOSTON D1UNKS
Ties Ills Water Up In a J:iranl Hangs it
From the Collinc to Keep it Cool.
Guthrie, O. T., Aug. 14. The Wood
ward News says: Senator Temple Hous
ton has a very large Mexican water Jar
in which, during the hot summer days,
he cools the water for use in his office.
The jar is suspended from the ceiling
ar.a is wrapped with cloths. The water
seeps through the porous jar only suf
ficiently to koep the cloth dampened and
the evaportatlon does the rest. The
water is much cooler than ordinary fresh
spring water and is far preferable to
LIGHTNING MEUEU BED SPRINGS
OH 'AJ.IO GVSNYX aASl J.8VS S "M
'aON3d 3SN3S NIOWWOO S.U3NUVM
'linossjH Q "03 90usj uojiEiijqmoo
swijii poJ3iij5P pat 3a3oitxr3
io; si" AV "33a:J pjcoq-ojai r urqi jadcaip
sil. 1"IS paimrAicj) d oj lf3l moij
pcK jjrde saqaui tipncs9 sins fcatwav
t().v3j:Aisuonui)co9v nicujapriu 3-oj uotjca
c.rnoo isnjt aqi atpncq oj fnlUVU
&M.OJ, AS3A3 ki Jiaivaa aso- U jIH fill
Thrilling Kxperlmit-e of an Oklahoma F ra
lly With Klfctrlrltr
Guthrie. O. T.. Aug. 14.-The Black
well Record says: C. M. Spencer and
family, who live two miles south of Os
oorne. had a very narrow escape from
death by lightning last Sunday morning.
Mr. Spencer is a mercnant at Osborne,
and lives on a clam two miles south of
the town His house is 1Gx2 feet di
vided into two romns. Abrick flue wss
built from the center petition up through
the roof. Ughtnmg struck the flue and
entirely demolished it, divided and pass
ed into both rooms.
Mr. Spencer, wife and baby were sleep
ing in one rom on a bedstead which was
torn almost to pieces and the wire
springs were melted In several places.
Neither of the occupants of -this room
were hunt or even shocked. In the other
room the three daughters. aged 4, 13
and 15 years, had made a bd on the
floor. The 4-year-old child was burned
about three inches wide entirely around
thf body and up the spinal column
above the shoulders. The other two girls
were botn burned on their bodies and
lower limbs, and all three suffered se
vere piin for several hour. The house
was badly torn up. mot of the plaster
ing falling from the ceil-ng and walls.
A neighbor of Mr. Sp2neer's had a
hore and a cjw killed by lightning the
CONFESSED TO ROIIISINR MAILS
Ilrrrklnrhljje Throw nimicKon
th .Merer of of th Court,
End. O. T.. Aug 14 William Breck
enrioge was arrested yesterday at Lyons
Woods county, and broughc to Enid on
a charge of robb-ng tne mail. Brecken
ridge was mail carrier 01 the route be
tween Waukomis and Isabel!.-.. Numer
ous packages have been missed from
t.me to tim during the past six monhs
and PostDtticv Inspector Bebee and Post
master Grillin. of Lyons, traced the
thefts to Brcknndge who, when shown
the proofs, confessed his guilt and wiil
ask clemency of the court.
c.l,i-s his rrrouTi:its cuckoos
One EI Kino Eiiltnr hi. U Mot at Itarnej
Konvt H! Ailocat.
Gtithri. O. T . Aug 14 The EI Reno
Republican, which is opposed to Gov
ernor Barnes, this week scores his sup-portT:-.
aesignicing :h-m as "cuckoos."
Amonsr othe- things H. says:
Whatever the result of the De Ford
Baines affair may be and for the hon
or of the Republican party, we smcerely
trust that Governor Barnes may be abl
to establ'sn his Innocence he governor
New and Important Order Made by Ball
Topeka. Aug. 14. Ex-Governor Lewell
ng of the state, board of raldroad com
missioners s'gned an order yesterday
that is without parallel In ithe history of
this state. It is so sweeping in Its effect
that it Is generall believed to be ithe
precursor of a new and zealous effort to
As the s'gns are interpreted they indi
cate a movement against 'the Santa Fe
railway company, almost identical with
that recently adopted against the Kan
sas City stock yards company.
The railroad board will avail Itself of
the privilege of examining theboooks of
tha railway company. Its condition,
earnings, running expenses and finan
cial methods will be laid oppn and sub
jected to careful inveticatlon.
The Immediate promoter of the action
was thr Rice county freight rate case.
Complaint was made to the railroad
commission by the people of R'ce county
that the freight rates for their section
were exorbitant. Next Tuesday the
board will visit Lyons to take evidence
in the case.
Yesterday Sam Jones, attorney for At
lanta township, one of the complainants,
visited Topeka. He applied for subpoe
nas for General Manager J. J. Frey and
the local agents of the Santa Fe in Rice
county, and asked that they be compell
ed to produce the contracts for con
sfruct'on, maintenance and operation of
It is the plan to study the history of
the company and expose its innermost
Ex-Governor Lewelling signed the sub
poena. A portion of it is appended:
"You and each of you are hereby com
manded to be and appear in your own
proper person before the board of rail
road commissioners of the staxe of Kan
sas, sitting at the court house in the city
of Lyons, 'n the countj-of Rice and state
of Kansas, on the 17th day of August,
A. D. 1S97, at the hour of 10 o'clock a, in ,
of said day, and to bring with you all
records in your possession and under
your con-trol showing or tending to snow
the amount of freight and passenger re
ceipts at each of the nbov mwitionpd
station from August 15, 1S55, to August
15, 1$97; and also showing or tending to
sh07. tne amount chaorged for freight
shipped during said t me from each of
said stations, which was not paid at
such stations but collected at destination
and showing all of the freight business
of said stations;-3lso, contracts for carry
ing the mails and express, and records
of reccpts by reason thereof: also, all
records of said Atchison. Topka and I
Santa Fe Railway company and con- i
tracts for the construction of the Marlon I
and McPherson branch of the Atchison. '
Topeka and Santa Fe railway through !
Ktce county, Kansas, and all records md 1
contract's in reference to such construc
tions and also its latest and present con- '
tract for th" purchase of tie?, rails and !
materials ini estimates for the cost of 1
construction of said road made by ts
engineer at the time of Its conrtrncts--n. I
and all records, contracts and domnvnts t
bearing upon the cost of construction of j
said Marion and McPherson line snd
showing the arnountof aid received In its
construction n Rice county.Kansas. and
all records and documents m th eposea
sioa of each c either of you, show ing or
tending to show what said road could
now be constructed for. And there to
testify In a certain proceeding now pend
ing before said board, wherein E M
Black, trustee of Atlanta township. Rice
county, Kansas, is compla'nant. and the
Atohisn, Topeka and Santa. Fe Railway I
company is respondent, on behalf of said
complainant. And this you do under
penalty of law."
The titute upon which th order I
badr authorizes the board to exercise
equal power with courts of record la
compelling wicness5 to testify and pro
lb -y io
OridiiKl aad Oahr dtnnlnc.
r, mr7 reliant. LADicm ui
Globe Iron Works
Manufacture engines and boilers, and ail
kinds of iron and brass castings. Dealers
rln boiler tubes, steam pipes, brass foods.
tker. RfnidanotTsui,ttir v i gum and hemp packing, etc.
tfotu and au(axuiu. AtDraguM,eriesl4 ' --. -..- J
1 lUrapi tor psrtleaiirt, IciUmoalUi :4
Relief far Ladl. in IttUr.tir wtan
f Mall. IV.WHI inuswuii. Jisi .Taper.
CkloaMtrr CfcaalcalCa..lf adlKn fcaaar.
!4 6 all Local DruijUU. PIIIULpAi'A.
A. FLAGQ. Prop.
Famous Noonday Train viaxBlgFour
Route. -,4t -
TO NEW YORK
Finest and fastest regular train be
tween the Mississippi River and tho
Kansas Steam Laundry,
jOoea the best work in the city.
Call Up Phone 195
and have our wagons call for and deliver
your laundry promptly. Satisfaction guar
anteed. AH goods insured against fire
Agents solicited. 122-134 S. Lawrence
GEO. W. C0ISNELL.
W. GREEN, T. P. A..
Xtm. P. DEPPE,
A. G. P. A..
M. H. BURT CYCLE M'F'G CO
Big Sale of Bicycles Now
$75.00 and $85.00
BICYCLES NOW GOING AT
$19.75 and $24.75
Sundries at Cost. Difficult Re
pairing a Specialty.
Factory and Salesroom 239 N. Main Street.
WICHITA UNION STOCK YARDS CO., W,CVTN,A,
CAPACITY: 1888 Sfcgg"-
PriTate Yards for Tcxans.
Perfect Sewerage and City Water.
AH Pens Covered.
W. R. DULANEV. SHpt, Stock Yard
WICHITA WHOLESALE GROCERY CO.,
Office and Warehouse Cor. Fifth and William Street.
Keep everything In -th, e Grocery Line. Sho-sr Oa?i. Scale an4 Grocery Sfx
turee. Also sole proprietors of th "Piper Heldsick," "Et Concur" sf
"La Innocencia" brands of dfrars.
IylesItjey MERCANTILE CO.
REMOVED TO THE BUILDING FORMERLY OCCUPIED f
STEELE t WALKER, COR. THIRD Sr AND FIFTH AVE.
Jobbers of Teas, Cigars aruJ SpJCM
Eolt Afeiti for AlTtrado and Figarelta Cigur&
L. C. JACKSON,
Act. C. r. C. M. Co.
W m) t'lMTl
nu run oiuuii
AND JOBBER OF BUILDING MATERIAL
H2 South Fourth Avenue.
BENNETT PLUMBING AND HEATING CO.
WATER, STEAM AND GAS FITTING.
rians and Estimates rurnlsued on Short Notice
NEW LOCATION, 120 N. MARKET ST,
J. C. DUNN & BRO
QUEENSWAHE. GLASSWAKE AND TIKWARB
I1AIL ORDERS GlYEN SPECIAL ATTENTION.
209 N. MARKET ST.
F. F. PARSONS
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
A DA SIS
Estimate furnished on all clajies of
1 DUliainff lther In city or country. Job
I work In city givca careful attenuon. Of
fice 115 South Lawrence avenue. Wichita,
A H. GE1SSLER
Atlornor at Jjiw.
Room? i and 5. Ill X. Main.
ETULY 6: l-ERGUbUN,
Rooms 40r, &. 405 A, Seiu-icU BU1'.
nAiimvAS. & dyei:,
ATTORNEYS AT-La W,
154 N. Main R4.
Wf PADGH & CO
fluooesMTts co McCoy & Underwood
and Eldrldge & Campbell.
Live Stock Commission Merchants,
Union Stock Yards. Wichita. Kan.
Correspondenc. solicited. Markets by
EtLRle and Dron-ero' Ners seat fntet
M-ka your cor.slpnmer.ta to uav Special
trjOruoomTts to feedors.
J. P. ALLEN,
I '" bMbbbbA
Cancpr in ihclr first nJ ieoonJary
rase permanently cured without th imd
of the knife.
Dr. M. S. RocJielle
231 Dcd(t At.
r-n?ultaUon either at the clhc or by
...MAHAN SUPPLY CO...
!IOLE5LE STA TE AGENTS FOR
Old Limestone. Bourbou and Jlyc WJiisky.
Anheuser-Busch Malt Niitrine.
A non-intoxicating, highly conccntratiHl LUiuM Extract of Malt and Ho?.
Anhicer-Busch Kt?K arMlBottted Bee r. Th CiebraUd Uudweiatr In cai
containing qnaris and pints.
KANSAS STATE AGENTS FOR MANITOL SPRINGS WATJCIt.
Ouf-of-rown orders receive our perianal
attention and prompt aWpm-jat.
OlKc in (ioveriiment Building
Ovrr I'ourili N:itio:i;il Ilanlr.
EverrthLni: kept la a. Ftrclas3 Dtuk
, io8 East Douzlas Ave.. Wichita
G. GEHRING, DRUGGIST
Ctioice Imported and Domestic Cigars,
Northeast Cor. Douglas aad. Topekav
Thcrze 2Ci. "Wichita, Kjktv
Phone 51. DERM0DY
PLUMBING AND HEATING COMPANY
WATER j ni
, Grt x vJe ' ' P pe ah-Bj nd P1J
t n; !-4"i-i ah' K ii ' U'Hkuz nd
H m- Th '..! i.i.K , -. MiJ and Fac-
t T- "''JppllB
" i f I jr .r Wj-u. Kn.
211 N. Main St
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
OfTicc rar Fourth Nat. Bant. Wichita
TiO (J. LCKbTEIN,
Ill South Iin st, Kox Harr'f JyV'c.
u a. ii-trta
I A I llMttBAIV.lt
i ATTORNEYS AT LAW. -
fred. x irk IMock. Rooms ifiZ&iii
103 E. Douglas Ave., Wichita
Kansas National Bank.
(Oltfe; liiLut in tr.e Aras&ai U7)
OTAiCLhY & YEUil lLlOX
110 Ea--t Doucla Are.
J. O. DAVIDSON JrMent
C H DAVIDSON . ..Vlo-rrl2fnt
ARTHUR FACLKNint Ca-h!T
i s. naptzoe:. e. . ikjweu-
PrnUaaL. V. PrciUtPt
i. n.Moonfi. jx. uicnAHOso
Fourth National Bank
Capital - Sioo.ooo.oo
A fcstTmi bar.klr.g boalseaa trac
ALL t BROOKl
501 -501 t-eij;wjck lUyi-
DE&D STUCK fob buus
KilU Rotchas.naaa, Xotas aad Ttrdirzc. oa
po i033o. . ot at tin- Lirje bvtiica. H drcf-
HAMILTON. IZ U
Ear, Nose and
O. LORSEY, 21. D,
is the most complete thing erer
printed. loo pages bound ia
flexible calf. Ther have stood
t the test for 5 years. We xu.Te
t testimonials from some of the
' leading lawyera of the United
j States as to their completeness.
j Price, $1.00.
: LIKE SUPERIOR STEAMERS.
THE CREAT LAKE ROUTE.
0irs Tit cw tlrrl AtamUy l$Ailn.
Sefllngs From Cticccco.
et c -- a "Xte a J ""&- lixa s.t t '.
rhr Ckarlrr' t. ftarvw S?nc, VrU-vr. ic
i rr Uzrrcxze. Hrx-:, IWzfZZsz, lit!a
T ltrwir-i a!3r saJJfi - a ap&Bntlir-a,
A- C JiK. lTft. C Vf. CaiT. Caaa.
Bank of Commerce
Ceo. I. Ii2. A. C iot-es, C W. Casey.
our business solicited-
IoaBJ vC Ctocovmti 7S.mcs
rj.'!B Mxtottm -. KtLO
a 0. X at)t ti !?,. .. . ?ti
CAa a.iJ it xiaye S37.JKLI
E. J. HEALY 4. CO.
LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHAIT3
furit,'4 -- apv.beattoa. Dt&na tt.
WE WOULD LIKE TO DO
Should you desire a sample
of our work, wc nzed only say
that we do 30 per cent of all
the Job Printing done in this
city for our merchants.j
THE REASON WHY
s because of the
;C0 1orth Uain Str.i
Practii-" iimrt'tlio .::iaxiof tUn"
vv Ali. & Oi ZI3 THSOAT- ! lfTKl KCIi' S3S Xti ' l IU STX . J
THE WEEKLY EAGLE: 52 WEEKS 50c
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